Getting my kids to eat vegetables is like showering with sandpaper. I am always trying to find new ways to get my kids to eat vegetables without them knowing it. The so called “sneaky” foods are terrible and I end up throwing most of it away. It is an uphill battle, but occasionally I claim victory. Amazeballs is a recipe that is sure to pass the test for any picky eater who loves spaghetti and meatballs. Continue reading
Baked Ziti is good any way you make it. But with some sausage, provolone cheese and the texture of broccoli… Madone! This recipe makes a very good sized meal for 4-6 people, or in our case, dinner for tonight and enough leftovers for The Wife to take a couple lunches to work during the week. And, I get to snack on some too! It’s a win, win. There are more cooking vessels in this one than I usually like, but very few ingredients and once it’s done, it’s super worth it.
Cilantro has such a fresh herb flavor and is a great compliment to rice any day of the week. You can use chopped cilantro for so many things. However, if you don’t have a sharp knife and some knife skills (the kind that keep you from losing a finger), then buying and using fresh cilantro can be intimidating. UNLESS!!! Unless, there was an EASY way to cut cilantro. Continue reading
Kids should eat vegetables, but some would rather go to time out than try them. Sneaky foods are generally terrible, so the key is finding something your kids like. Pizza is a great example to put camouflage friendly veggies on. Continue reading
Are you tired of being winded reaching for your phone? Do you keep pulling on your shirts because they are “getting smaller”? Have you quipped on a picture, “Ho-Ho’s are not a hobby, sir” only to realize it’s you in the picture. This salad is a great icebreaker towards eating right. Continue reading
With the Super Bowl coming up, the entire world is scrambling for recipes that can be easy, fun and Super Yum. Have no fear! Just a Dad is here! We have compiled 5 of our recipes that are sure to be the hit of your party. Whether it’s for the Super Bowl or for any gathering of any sporting event. We are just a couple dads trying to help you out.
Here you go! Continue reading
Queso is the Spanish word for cheese. In Tex-Mexicanese it means delicious, liquid cheese concoction. I have honed this recipe for years and now you, too, can enjoy it’s deliciousness. Continue reading